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Read our latest news and information blogs about a variety of subjects related to musculoskeletal healthcare. Sign up to our Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn sites for the latest posts as and when they are published (see bottom of the page for details).

Migraine Awareness Week

2nd September 2018

Despite advancements in research into migraines, little is still known about the cause of this condition. Although there has been shown to be no cure for migraines, the pain and the effects that it has on our everyday life can be reduced and prevented with chiropractic care, as demonstrated by recent evidence (including a systematic review, the highest quality form of evidence).

Avoid Back Pain - 5 Top Gardening Tips

25th April 2018

Now the gardening season is well under way, especially with last weekend's warmer weather, here at Skelian Chiropractic Clinic we have seen a sudden increase in gardening related back problems. Here are our top 5 tips to keep your back pain at bay during the spring and summer.

Plan Ahead - Tips to Avoid Back Pain on your Holiday

26th July 2015

Schools have now broken up and many people will be heading off on their annual summer holidays. Unfortunately, back pain shows no respect for whether you are on holiday or not. In fact, there are a number of things that we do on holiday that can make us more vulnerable to back pain. Here are a few tips that hopefully can make the difference between holiday heaven and holiday hell.

Gardening is not the problem - It's the way you do it!

27th May 2015

As a nation, we love our gardens, but when it comes to back pain, gardening often gets a bad press. However, this is somewhat unfair, because gardening is an exercise that is good for you. Like any exercise, to limit the risk of injury your need to know a little bit about good technique, use the available equipment, and be sensible.

Reduce Sitting and Get Britain Standing

31st March 2015

Inactivity and prolonged sitting is linked to back pain. 1 in 4 people experience back or neck pain every day. 78% feel they spend too much time sat down, with 44% of people attributing their back pain to sitting. But muscle and joint problems are only part of the picture. International research provides compelling evidence that sitting for more than 4 hours a day increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, certain cancers and depression.

Live Longer by Walking 20 Minutes each Day

21st January 2015

A recent study has highlighted the importance of being physically active. A lack of physical exercise may be responsible for twice as many deaths as obesity. The good news is that becoming moderately active reduces the risk of an early death by up to 30%. Researchers estimate that walking just 20 minutes a day is enough to produce these significant health benefits.

Stress and Tension the Best Predictors of Back Pain at Work

3rd October 2014

Results from the 2014 National Back Pain Survey complied by Backcare (the national charity for back and neck pain) show that stress and tension are the most consistent predictors of future back pain in the workplace.

"Active Commuting" Boosts Mental Wellbeing

23rd September 2014

New research shows that if you walk or cycle to work, you will benefit from improved mental wellbeing in a number of areas - such as concentration, the ability to make decisions and enjoy normal daily activities, and that it reduces the feeling of being constantly under strain.

Help for Migraine Headaches

3rd September 2014

Research evidence shows that chiropractic care can help in the prevention of Migraine Headaches. 7th-13th September is Migraine Awareness Week and the team at Skelian are keen to promote the benefit that chiropractic management can provide.

Why is Back Pain so Common?

29th July 2014

80% of the UK Population will get Back Pain at some time in their life and studies have shown that up to 33% of the UK adult population has some degree of back pain at any one time. But why is it so common?